Get Involved at First Universalist

You have a place at First Universalist.

Fill out the Volunteer Profile Form to discover where you fit in.

First Universalist Church places great value on lay leadership, and we need you. Your talent, your time. If you want to grow as a volunteer, as a member or participant in this church community, and as a human being, we want to help.

To help you find the best volunteer role to match your skills, interests and gifts, the Leadership Development Committee has developed a short and simple “Volunteer Profile Form.”

Find Your Fit

 

 

At First Universalist, there are many ways to get involved in the work for justice, equity, and compassion.

Two workers framing a room at a Habitat for Humanity build site

You can help by:

  • Building a home with Habitat for Humanity.
  • Donating food, clothing, or grocery gift cards to Integrated Family & Community Services.
  • Supporting shelters that serve people experiencing homelessness.
  • Making choices in your lifestyle that will minimize harm to the Earth and our environment, and advocating for policy changes that will protect our climate and our natural resources.
  • Advocating for justice and equity for all people, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, creed, nation of origin, or immigration status.
  • Mentoring youth in poverty who attend a local high school.

See our Social Justice page for detailed info about social justice opportunities.

Sing with Us

Church choir with children's choir and adult choir singing

We are building a dynamic choral music program at First Universalist. To learn more about our adult choirs, contact John Hubert, Director of Music, at john@firstuniversalist.org.

If you’d like to sign your children up for one of our children’s choirs, contact Sarah Libert, Children’s Music Director at sarah@firstuniversalist.org.

Visit our Music page for more information.

We value individual growth and learning.

Two adults in conversation during Sunday morning coffee hour

Our individual searches for truth and meaning at every age and life stage. Our Adult Learning Team coordinates classes on to stimulate and interest our whole selves: mind, body, heart, and spirit. Classes are taught by church members and ministers alike. To see examples of past classes and sign up for future programs, visit the Lifelong Learning page.

We Are Young Adults

We are a community of social, spiritual, service-oriented individuals ages 18-40-ish seeking connection, renewal, and transformation. We lead programs that all are welcome to attend including brunches, Theology on Tap, and Game Nights. We also have a Young Adult Covenant Group. To learn more about Young Adult programs at First Universalist, contact Ian Jaffe.

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Making Connections at First Universalist

Members of our community have formed many groups for spiritual and stimulation, and we also just like to be together as friends. We work for justice in many areas, with opportunities for ongoing education, service, and advocacy.

Connection Guide